Matrix Electronic Measuring, Inc. will once again be showcasing their patented, award-winning, flagship product – the Matrix Wand – at the 2020 NORTHEAST Trade Show.
The NORTHEAST Trade Show will take place March 20-22, 2020, at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey. The event features 60,000 square feet of exhibitions and is tailored specifically to fit the needs of today’s professionals representing all walks of the automotive repair industry. NORTHEAST provides exhibitors and attendees with educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events, networking opportunities and more.
Representing the Matrix Wand at Booth #649, Sales Coordinator Avery Hodge, President Steve Lyon and CEO Travis Young will be providing live demonstrations throughout the event and will be available for technical questions and support thereafter. Joining staff from the Matrix Wand throughout the event to provide demonstrations will be Urson J. La Sagna of Capital Automotive Equipment & Technology (CAE&T Inc.).
The Matrix Wand is a hand-held 3D electronic blueprinting and repair measuring device that uses a simple, straightforward process to assist collision professionals, automotive manufacturers and insurance providers in repairing vehicles to ensure the safety and functionality is restored as the OE intended following a collision.
Using 3D imagery and specialized computer software to assess structural collision damages versus factory repair data and specifications, estimators and repair technicians can use the images to measure and correct sway, sag and mash using infinite data points. The Wand’s purpose is to identify hidden damages and, in turn, improve estimation accuracy.
For more information about the 2020 NORHTEAST Trade Show, please visit their website.
About Matrix Electronic Measuring, Inc.
Matrix Electronic Measuring, Inc. was founded in 2003 in Salina, Kansas, USA. Its flagship product, the Matrix Wand, was introduced to market at the 2012 SEMA Show, where it won the prestigious New Products Showcase Award. Today, the Matrix Wand holds four U.S. and foreign patents.